Disclosure: I received complimentary admission but as usual, all opinions and thoughts are my own.
After the excitement and the time I spent touring San Antonio during my stay I knew I needed some downtime to catch my breath and relax. By then end of my trip I was hot, I was tired, and I was just about all fun-ed out–that is, until I saw my where next destination was going to be. Picture if you will, putting a tall ice cold glass of water in front of a parched woman on a scorching summers day: the tall ice cold glass of water being Schlitterbahn Waterpark & Resort in New Braunsfels, Texas. In that instant, I knew I had some fun left in me after all!
Schlitterbahn Waterpark & Resort is located on several acres of land in New Braunsfels, Texas and is nested on the banks of the Comal River. If you’ve been looking for a way to go and beat the heat this summer and are in the New Braunsfels area then Schlitterbahn’s collection of world-famous attractions, river adventures, kids water playgrounds and beautiful spots to relax are definitely the way to go–no contest. Whether you’re just staying for a day or live in the area and are looking to spend a lot of time at the Waterpark, there are ticket opens designed for your individual needs.
The Waterpark itself boasts 42 amazing rides, attractions and playgrounds for you and your family to enjoy. If you have little ones, there are a handful of age-appropriate places for them to spend the day splashing, paddling and diving. Fun attractions for preschool aged and older include:
- Han’s Hideout
- Lagoon Kids Area
- Lagoon Activity Pool
- Polywog Pond
- Schatze’s Central Park
- Tadpool Kiddie Pool
- Kiddie Coast
- Butterfly Bayou
- Sea Creature Cove
- White Water Tube Chute
- Hillside Tube Chute
- Raging River Tube Chute
- Kristal River
- Aqua Veyer
- Wolfpack Raft Slide
- Black Knight
- Blastenhoff Beach
- Master Blaster Uphill Water Coaster
- Bahnzai Pipline
- Congo River Expedition
- Double Loop Body Slides
- and much, much more!
- Riverbend Cabins–Has Studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom options. Sleeps 4-10
- Vacation Homes–3, 4 and 5 bedrooms. Sleeps up to 23
- Resort at the Bahn– Hotel rooms 1,2,3 and 5. Sleeps up to 16
- TreeHaus Luxury Suits–Studio, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom. Sleeps up to 12
- Condos at Boogie Bay–2 and 3 bedroom. Sleeps up to 12
- SchlitterStein Lofts–2 bedroom. Sleeps up to 6
- Wasser Haus & Lodge–Hotel rooms 1, bedroom suite, 4 and 5 bedroom house. Sleeps up to 23.
#BayouTravel Tip: Free Parking and Yes, you can bring ice coolers. There is plenty of seating (I have never seen so many picnic tables near all pool activities) and tables that you can utilize to save your family money. Bring an ice cooler with wheels so you can go from one side of the park to the next. Being able to bring your own beverages, snacks and lunches will ensure you get the most out of your ticket fees.
What do you look for in a water park? Will your family be visiting a water park this summer?